121 Enmore Road, Enmore, Sydney

Tuesday – Sunday 5:00 PM – 10:00 PM

 

Turkuaz Turkish Cuisine

Turkuaz - The Colour Of Flavour

About Us

Our Story

Named after the azure colour of the Turkish seas, Newtown restaurant Turkuaz on Enmore Road brings the taste of Turkish cuisine to Sydneysiders.

This stylish Enmore dining destination presents the colour of flavour in stunning surrounds of exposed brick, colourful Turkish pendant lights, vibrant images of the home country on the walls and delicious aromas wafting from the kitchen.

Best known for Ali Nazik ” Turkuaz Style”, Beyti and lamb skewers.

Chosen as The Best Turkish Restaurant in Sydney

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Menu Items

Octopus And Prawn Pide

$29

Turkish Flat Bread, Braised Octopus, Sauteed Prawns, Blend of Cheeses, Spices, Herbs

Beyti

$32

Ground Skewered Lamb, Lavash Bread Tomato Sauce, Garlic Yogurt

Ali Nazik

$33

Smoke Spiced Garlic, Yogurt, Eggplant, Scotch Fillet, Almond, Vermicelli Rice

Stuffed Zucchini Blossoms

$21

Zuccgubu Blossoms, Cheese, Herbs, Spices

Cauliflower With Roasted Almonds

$17

Garlic, Yogurt, Roasted Almonds

Halloumi

$17

Halloumi, Greens, Pomegranate, Molasses

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Finding The Correct Turkish Flavour

About The Chef

Chef Oguzhan (Olsen) Sozubek opened his first restaurant in Izmir, Turkey, in 2006, but it didn’t last long, so he decided to learn the kitchen properly. In 2007, he started studying commercial cookery here in Sydney and completed it in 2009. He has worked at several fine dining restaurants like GPO Martin Place, Altitude, Shangri La and Efendy in Balmain.

He likes creating new tastes while staying loyal to the roots of the Turkish Cuisine. He wants to be distinguished and distinctive when it comes to their dishes for their freshness, taste and presentation. He says his biggest mission is to change people’s idea that Turkish cuisine is all about kebabs and dips.

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